Last Youth Football Game of the Season

The team will play their final regular game this weekend at home. Check out how the team did this season.

Unfortunately, all four of Greendale's Youth teams lost this weekend to a tough New Berlin Ike team. Greendale will play their final regular season game at home this Saturday, according to the teams' website.

Game times

A Team: 9:00 am
B Team: 10:30 am
C Team: 12:00 pm
D Team: 1:30 pm

Here's some youth football history:

Greendale Youth Football was established in 1953. There is an ‘A’ team for eight graders, ‘B’ team for 7 graders, ‘C’ team for sixth graders, and a ‘D’ team for fifth graders, according to an earlier Patch article about the Greendale youth football program. A total of seventeen volunteer coaches make it possible to field these four teams.

Greendale Youth Football is a valuable asset to the community. In 2012, four scholarships were awarded to high school seniors Brett Nethery, Drake Barczak, Kennedy Ringleberg and Brandon Kais. They also provide funds to the Reading Buddies program at the grade schools, the Village parades, buy football equipment and build and maintain the football building on the grounds of Brinkman field. In 2008 they donated $17,000 for the new football field. 

Take a look at the results from this past season:


 Date Opponent (A-B-C Teams)  Location  Result (A/B/C)  9/8 Muskego Red Greendale HS  W(20-12)/L(6-33)/L(0-19)  9/15 New Berlin West* Greendale HS  W(26-18) / W(12-8) / L(6-31)  9/22 West Allis Wolverines* West Milw. MS  W(37-12) / W(30-6) / W(27-6)  9/29 West Allis Badgers* West Milw. MS  L(14-28) / W(48-27) / L(6-12)  10/6 New Berlin Generals New Berlin Eisenhower  L(6-37)  /  L(0-23)  /  L(6-13)   Date  Opponent (D Team)  Location  Result  9/8 Delevan Greendale HS  L(7-20)  9/15 New Berlin West* Greendale HS  L(7-25)  9/22 Thiemsville Mequon White
Optimist Field  T(12-12)  9/29 Sussex Gold  
Templeton Middle School  L(0-34)  10/6 New Berlin Generals New Berlin Eisenhower  L(7-28)


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